We are days away from the end of July, and here are some deals that are going away too. I know this happens each month, and some deals are extended anyway, but some deals are indeed going to be changed next month.
Most deals are going to change for the worse, so you would want to grab them now.
However, there is a glimmer of good news – one deal is set to improve starting next month, so subscribe to the Telegram for that promising offer as early as next weeks.
Get S$50 for Citi Plus, fund any amount
Get S$50 for opening a Citi Plus account, and a further S$150 when you fund S$15,000 from the 2nd month until the 6th month. That’s a pretty good rate of return, actually.
The deal is set to be worse next month, so grab it while it’s still decent.
Interest Booster Account
Until 31st July 2023
|Activity||New to Citi Customers|
(no Citi account nor credit card)
|Existing Citi Cardholders|
(no Citi account)
|Apply for Citi Plus Interest Booster Account and fill up SingSaver form in email ⚠️no form, no reward||S$50 cash|
(fulfilled by SingSaver)
|Apply for Citi Credit Card and make a minimum qualifying spend of $500 within 30 days of card approval||S$300 cashback or miles||N/A|
|Deposit minimum S$15,000 in fresh funds within 2 months of account opening and maintain until end of Month 6||S$150 or Marshall Minor earphones (worth S$199)|
(fulfilled by SingSaver)
|Potential Total Rewards||S$500||S$200|
Webull exclusive deal
Webull’s deal is also going to be changed next month, and those who deposit by the end of July will get the current promo plus an exclusive reward only for those who sign up through my link!
Until 3.59PM 31st October 2023
9 days 23 hours 25 minutes 7 seconds left to grab this offer!
|Register and open account with this link||0 commission trades for US and HK markets for 183 days|
0 subscription fees for mutual funds
|Fund any amount||1 free share||– TSLA US$20 each|
– AAPL US$50 each
– AMZN US$100 each
– GOOG US$1,000 each
|Maintain funds for at least 30 days||1 more free share|
Get 0% commission and platform fee, and trade fractional shares from as low as US$5 per trade. Great for dollar-cost averaging small amounts!
Last updated 28th September 2023.
DBS Altitude and CIMB deals ending soon
CIMB’s upsized S$300 sign-up offer is ending on 31st July! DBS Altitude’s promo where you can get tons of miles is also ending with the month. Check out both promos below:
Citi Prestige’s deal has been extended for a few times, but imagine if the promo really ended. To be honest, that wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world since I willingly paid S$540 to renew it, meaning the card is good enough even without a sign-up bonus.
Obviously, you’d still want to get it with 48,000 miles rather than its usual 25,000 miles offer, so read all about the promo below and sign up soon.
Cards from this bank… let’s wait till August maybe
There is, however, good news coming in the near future, and I hear that cards from a particular bank are going to have a great, super-upsized promo from next week onwards.
Let’s just say the promo is a 180° turn from the current offer, and it’s a deal as solid as titanium. Definitely the best offer the bank has offered in the past 365 days.
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